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What we learned from Pokemon Presents – Arceus V Promo!

The Official Pokemon YouTube channel has hosted its latest Pokemon Presents. In this stream, they shared some fascinating updates for the upcoming Diamond and Pearl remakes, as well as their original title, Pokemon Legends- Arceus. Although there was very little Pokemon TCG related news, they did share plenty of exciting details for video game fans. 

Pokemon Legends – Arceus 

Pokemon’s open-world game, Pokemon Legends, was showcased in the Pokemon Presents event, showing an ancient and diverse world full of Pokemon roaming the wilderness. This game has some serious Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild vibes and lets the player roam the vastness of Hisuia, battle Pokemon and capture them. This game feels like Pokemon Colosseum that was released on the GameCube back in 2003. This is especially true with the Pokemon turning red-eyed and violent, much like the Shadow Pokemon of the previous title. In Pokemon Legends-Arceus, you will also be able to mount Pokemon to help you cross the expanse. You can advance your paper version of the Pokedex by meeting and capturing Pokemon throughout the game. New Pokemon versions will feature in the game, such as Hisuian Braviary and Hisuian Growlithe, who have adapted to the harsh terrain. 

Pokemon Presents Details

 

Arceus V Promo

Just in time for the upcoming Pokemon Legends title, an Arceus V Promo has been revealed, which will be given away in Japan as an early purchase incentive for Pokemon Legends – Arceus.

Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl 

The presentation gave a few more details on the upcoming Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl remakes for the Nintendo Switch, as well as boasting more of its rebooted and modern graphics. The style shop returns, offering more unique looks, as well as Pokemon contests, which will allow your Pokemon to earn ribbons. Player dens will also return, along with their minigames, which will make players feel at home in the rebooted versions of Diamond and pearl. Both games will be available on November 19th with pre-orders open now. 

Special Switch Lite versions with the artwork of Dialga and Palkia will also be available on November 5th, which will celebrate the 2016 version of the DS Lite, which came out alongside the original Diamond and Pearl versions. 

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The Pokemon Presents event bought the news that a mobile version of Pokemon Unite will be arriving on September 22nd. Those who preorder will get special gifts, depending on the number of people who pre-register for the release. 

Pokemon Go will be celebrating its 5th anniversary, and to mark the occasion, Galar region Pokemon will be arriving in the game for the first time. 

Pokemon Master EX will be celebrating its 2nd anniversary, with special events arriving on  August 18th. During one event, players will be able to team up with three Legendary Pokemon as well as obtain unique clothing. On September 15th, a team rocket orientated story mode will also arrive in the game. 

The Pokemon Cafe Mix will also be getting a reboot, called Pokemon Cafe remix. This game will have new games and new Pokemon to collect. Remix will be available in Fall with no set release date as of yet. 

To learn more about the Diamond and Pearl remakes and what it could mean for the TCG, click here. If you would like to keep up to date with all Pokemon TCG, as well as Pokemon product updates, make sure you follow Ludkins Media on Instagram and Facebook.

Mathew Parkes – Ludkins Media

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